Frogfish or Seaweed...Who's to Say! | National Geographic

  • Published on Jan 24, 2018
  • The frogfish is an ambush predator with spines on its back that mimic coral or seaweed
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Comments • 99

  • National Geographic
    National Geographic  3 years ago +16

    Frogfish have unique camouflage that allows them to appear as seaweed. Do you have any suggestions for naming other animals after fish?

  • Mae Zhao
    Mae Zhao 3 years ago +2

    This narrator should have his own series!! I would really love to see more of his videos :)

  • Chef Rafi's Awesome World
    Chef Rafi's Awesome World 3 years ago +25

    So cool! Not the eating and spitting part... that was scary.

  • Azliana Lyana
    Azliana Lyana 3 years ago +10

    That's cute when the frogfish trying to lure the smaller fish... It's like - hey! Over here! Over here!

  • Navneet Nair
    Navneet Nair 3 years ago

    Perfect script, perfect narration. Just the kinda thing to achieve mass audience. Keep on carrying on.

  • Maple
    Maple 3 years ago +2

    Absolutely marvelous.

  • M Outdoors
    M Outdoors 3 years ago +1

    Nature is so cool, very interesting animal. :)) Thanks!

    RAJESH SINGH 3 years ago +13

    It's a frogweed

  • killercaos123
    killercaos123 3 years ago

    Loved the commentary.

  • James Troyer
    James Troyer 3 years ago

    Loved it.

  • Gurumayum Madan
    Gurumayum Madan 3 years ago

    Nice try, Decepticons! You always manage to come up with a new trick each time. Are you going to resurrect Megatron again.... My goodness! I didn't think the Decepticons would go this much a length as to resort to consuming organic lifeforms. We need to brief the Pentagon about this sighting right away...

  • Hayden Shaft
    Hayden Shaft 3 years ago

    No one can replace Ze Frank from "True Facts."

  • TankQ
    TankQ 3 years ago

    Good question. Anyway does this guy sting? Or any venom like the lion fish?

  • qwakわ
    qwakわ 3 years ago +2

    This looks delicioussssssssssssssssss

  • Kant Mani
    Kant Mani 3 years ago

    No escape!!! When a seafish is fishing for fish. What if same evolution happen among some of us...

  • Jessie Let
    Jessie Let 3 years ago +29

    The narration is literally perfect!! I need more

  • HeatherKS
    HeatherKS 3 years ago +72

    I love this narrator! I think younger viewers would enjoy more videos with this narrator!

  • Roach T
    Roach T 3 years ago +1

    I was not expecting this kind of narrator from NatGeo

  • Aries Black
    Aries Black 3 years ago

    Ok at this point I think the narrator really does need to do something on butterflies. 😉

  • Matthew Welsh
    Matthew Welsh Year ago

    The fish eagle? The fish owl?